Sat Sep 3 20:14:52 CEST 2005
Well I hate to not really answer your question but, why is not having a
shell so important to this? You are going to enter data and get data
back regardless so what differences does alittle prompt make?
On Sep 3, 2005, at 12:18 PM, Vlad Dumitrescu wrote:
> No, the -noshell option starts no shell, while I need one, just
> silent. I need to be able to enter things as usual, and I neet to
> receive any printouts from for example erlang:display or error:logger.
> ----- Original Message ----- From: <>
>> Do you mean:
>> erl -noshell
>>> I would like to make the default shell quiet, i.e. not print a
>>> prompt. From
>>> what I see in the code, I would need to hack either shell.erl or
>>> which I am reluctant to do (not that it's difficult, but there's
>>> many modules that I need to hack for erlide :-)
>>> Is there a way that I missed?
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